Photos of cool jackets owned by others (non-brand specific)

Discussion in 'Outerwear' started by Superfluous, Mar 14, 2017.

  1. red devil

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    I wouldn't :)

    The maker is called four speed leathers

    Ezo is a type of deerskin, the one used in making this Iron Heart western shirt

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    This picture doesn't do it justice, that deerskin has a really nice feel
     
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    I am in love again
     
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    barnabus Practically Family

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    I've been following Four Speed on Instagram for ages, they're stuff looks amazing!
     
  4. red devil

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    Yes, they have been coming out with a lot of interesting models. Need to go see them :)
     
  5. Downunder G Man

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    Is that meant to say "pounce" ?
     
  6. red devil

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    I wonder... Seems like a case of "Engrish" lol

    Pounce works better than being a ponse

    Edit : typo
     
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    'Zackly my thoughts Red Devil ! ( Sorry Ed Zachary !)
     
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  8. Robbie79

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    Looks like a Tenjin jacket and this jacket is made for you!! :D So, go for it!
     
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  9. red devil

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    Yes it is Tenjin, it was a special commission :)
    Definitely a good source of inspiration
     
  10. Edward

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    It's a little..... explicit as an image. I like my pinup girl artwork a little less.... blatant.

    And military, fairly universally. Though in the UK, such rank patches have always been used t'other way up, in a 'v' shape. No idea why the difference between UK and US on that.

    Not always been a fan of the blazer look in leather, but the cut of that one is very appealing...

    They do tend to be associated with the 70s more... I have a 70s original my mother bought my dad back in 73, year before I was born. She paid £49, which was a lot then (in the UK in 1971 when my parentsd were getting married, £25 was considered a good week's wages for a full-time worker), probably equivalent to buying an Aero or similar nowadays. Dad never wore it, but I did quite a bit in my early 20s when we all got into Carlito's Way.... Still have it, though a fair bit too small for me nowadays.
     
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  11. nick123

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    that was a phenomenal film!
     
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  14. red devil

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    I would call it bold lol
    If you look objectively at the artwork, it is actually not that great. But for some reason it works so well with this jacket

    But I think I still prefer this one

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  15. Robbie79

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    Handmade Elk leather jacket and 4mm thick Deerskin leather jacket and 5-6mm thick bullneck leather jacket...crazy stuff!
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    Don’t be such a prude! At least she is not spreading her... wings! [emoji6]
     
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  19. red devil

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    Looks very interesting, any idea on prices?
     
  20. Robbie79

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    As you can imagine especially the thick hides (4-6mm) are really difficult to sew and takes them long and therefore the price will be in a range of 2.5-3k€
     

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